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Sited on 300+ gorgeous acres, this B&B in a mid-century modern home is a real treat. The views from the property are amazing and the trails plentiful and easy to roam. The rooms are comfortable and there is plenty of period furniture throughout the house....More
Thank Mark M
Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 24 May 2017
This B&B is situated on 300 acres of preserved land right outside of Williamstown. The house itself is a mid-century modern that has many original details from that period. Small and intimate with rooms that are beautifully and sophisticatedly appointed with some original artwork and...More
3 Thank Linda K
Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 2 May 2017
Thank you for your review. We so appreciate when our guests take notice of the original appointments in the Guesthouse with numerous pieces of museum quality artwork and furniture by the best designers. Please come back for more cookies...
We stayed just one night at the Guesthouse - would have been lovely to stay longer. We arrived 4PM (after a day at Mass MOCA), and were greeted by Ole, the innkeeper. He oriented us to the Inn, then showed us to our room. He...More
Thank Ronnie L
Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 31 December 2016
Thank you for your nice review; the Staff and I appreciate your feedback.
My boyfriend and I spent a beautiful night at Field Farm. We were in the South Room (the innkeeper kindly upgraded us from the less-expensive room we had booked, since this one was available). The view over the field and mountain was absolutely stunning, the...More
We met old friends here. It is a perfect place. Out every window is a beautiful view. In every room of the Guest House there are unique period pieces of furniture, an array of current magazines, and walls lined with bookshelves filled with older books....More
Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 9 October 2016
When the Guesthouse was first built (as a private residence) in 1948, the owners wanted to take full advantage of the peaceful setting in the middle of 315 acres. The majority of the period original furniture by the best designers came with the...More